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Advancing quantum technology in support of the National Quantum Initiative and the Laboratory's mission

Contact Us  

  • Deputy Group Leader
  • Michael Rabin
  • Email
  • Q-West Group Office
  • (505) 664 0709
  • Q-East Group Office
  • (505) 667 4838


Our mission is to advance quantum materials and quantum technology in support of the National Quantum Initiative and LANL’s energy and security missions, including:

  • Research in quantum materials including strongly correlated electronic and topological materials, vortex physics, and thermal physics.
  • Research in quantum correlation phenomena to develop innovative quantum sensors and novel approaches to quantum simulations and information processing.
  • Development of quantum-based communication devices and cryptography techniques for national energy security needs.
  • Ultra-sensitive magnetic field measurements, development of highly sensitive magnetometers, system miniaturization, and novel magnetic resonance methods for fundamental research and applied science.
Key capabilities
  • Quantum-enabled secure communications
  • Quantum sensing
  • Biophysics and biomedical technology
  • Thermoacoustics
  • Nonlinear Dynamics
  • Materials Synthesis and Characterization
  • Transport and Thermodynamics
  • Novel Materials at Extreme Conditions
  • Very Low Temperature Physics
  • Vortex Physics
  • Condensed Matter NMR
  • Photoelectron Spectroscopy
  • Magnetic Resonance Force Microscopy